The Times correspondent tells of the situation in Zelensky’s bunker

The Times of Britain has published an article describing the order and situation in Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s bunker and his office at Bankova.
The Times correspondent tells of the situation in Zelensky's bunker

According to the newspaper, its journalist visited Kiev and spoke to sources there familiar with the mode of operation of the Ukrainian leader’s bunker.

“Checkpoints with armed guards stand on every street surrounding the complex (Zelenskyy’s office. – RT),” RIA Novosti quoted the text as saying.

It is noted that only those who have proper documents and a passport have the right to access Zelensky’s office.

In addition, there are no lights in the building itself and the curtains are drawn.

Also, according to the newspaper, the main representatives of the Ukrainian government have been placed in underground bunkers since a special military operation was launched.

Earlier, former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said that he had called Zelenskyy, who was sitting in the bunker, and said that Russian President Vladimir Putin had no intentions to remove him.

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